Corsair's new solid state drives break yet another world record. The company claims that their new Force Series SSDs and Dominator GTX2 DDR3 memory have allowed them to break the PCMark Vantage world record. They managed to score an astonishing 32,947 PCMarks.
The full computer used 11 Force Series F200 SSDs and several Dominator memory modules. The processor was an i7-980X six-core processor. The whole shebang was powered by a Corsair Professional Series HX1000. Everyone knows that SSDs are the way to go for high-performance machines, and today Corsair has made a good case that (for the best performance) those SSDs should be from the Force Series.